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Page 4 Cbeney Free Press Friday, September 10, 196,5 0000LOCal00,laews00-l00 Full Fall Program Is Outlined For Church of Christ The U%ted Church of Ohist rrrts its full fall 1ogram next Sunday, Sept. 12 Sunday chool vices begin at 9:30  ol througen Ah sChool age studertts. The egtrlar Stmday morning ser- vice wl be at 11 o&apos;clock. A nursery or pre-sclmol child- ten will be provided. The new director of the elxoir  Mrs. Jack McKisson, a g.udmte- as- sistant in music a% EWSC with previous experience in direct- iIg Choirs. The choir rehears- es ut 7:30 Thurs6ay evenings at the churCh. The official board of the church will meet Tuesday eve- ning, Sept. 14, 7:30 at the church. The Youth Fellovslx has its first meeting, a sort of Hootermnny, Sunday eveniag, tim 19th, at the Manse, 504 G street. Patricia Paslay Is Bride Of Stephen IVIosbrucke, .Miss Patricia Kaye Pa'ay became the brMe of Stephn E. ,Mosbrtmker Friday, Sept. 3 in the St. Ambrose Chtlmlc ehuh ,at Lind. JOlm Frost, cousin of the brifle, was one of the ushers. Mrs. G. T. Frost and Mrs. M- ton Etettke of Co ax, aunts of the bride, cut the wedding cake. Sept. 3 was  the 25th wecding nniversary of Miss Pstay's parertts, 1VLr. and Mrs. Oar Paslay of KaMotus. A I /ami!ly stppar party honoring he Pashys wa ',held at the honm of Mrs. John Scheeler, mother of Mrs. Paslay, at Lind. FORM#R CHENEYITE PASSES IN SPOKANE Edwin J. Adding-ton, a rmtive of Cney amd .long time resi- delR of Spokarm, passed away last week in Spokane. Funeral vre on Tuesdmy, .7 at the 2vor.nhi Valley Feral Home with intern- merit. "m FaLrmount Memorial Park .cemetery, Stmkae. Rev. Rolmrt Pearson ofgiciated. Sur- vivors are ,his wipe Roma Ad- ron ,at the Spokane Valley home, o d'aughpes, Mrs. Jacqueline Wilhlmn, and Mrs. OheM Gedeon, ,boSh po- lvane; two sisters, Mrs. Ione Cadila, Spokame, and Ms. Le- one Peck, Everett; three grndchiMren .and numerous ieees otd nelhews. .Mr. Addigton received his eueaion i.n the Gheney sc2m.s, his ather ws .a bar. her lmre, and  mother, Bon- rde Addington, a well knvn cmmunity eader. OES CHAPTERS CO-HOSTS WITH SPANGLE lavtha ctmpter OES of Che- ley and Spangle chalater will be co-lmsts for the ofieial visit of he d matron OES Mrs. CHURCH NEWS Mrs. Xolm Ditton, church re- ,porter for the C:lmUtia'n church, wishes to remind all that Sunday, Sept. 14, at 9:45, the church will hold its lomo- tion arid RMly Day for an all sclmol assembly. &so, the cho'r began its reg- ular praice Thursday at 7:30 in tle church. C'hr prances will be held ,every Thursday evening from now on. .St. Paul',s Episcopal church will start its church set, eel po- gram this coming Sunday morning at 10. Clases will be hem for children from three to 11 years old. The regular chureh serwces of Holy Com- muon er Morning Prayer will begin at 11 a. m. The high school youth group will begin its meetings on Sept. 19, at 6:30 at the Vicar- age. ALL interested teen-,gers are invited. METHODIST NEWS Ohurch shool ,and worship services will resume ths Sun- day, Sept. 12, at 9:45 ad 11 as usual. On this annual observ- e,ante ,of Christian Education Sunday, church school teach- ers will be commissioned and the Youth Choir will sing. All parents ,axe invited to the new aduk Sunday sclml class Which will meet in the sntu- ary, t 9:45, and they are en- cotwaged to stay for the cof- fee lour fo]'kirg the worship service at which time parents can meet their children's Sun- day school teachers. CANCER BENEFIT BALL The American Cancer Socie- ty Inc., Spolane trek  bene- fit rom the ,Cancer Benefit ball being sportsored by the Opymist cub of Spokane at the Ridth Motor Inn, on Se. 17 at 8 p. m. A cocktail party at the pool during the water vage.ant wi be heM. The  ball and smorgasbord will foD0w, with draw vrizes awarded tat- er in the evening. Tickets may be obtained at the door. Che- nay Bramch of Cancer society is taking part by furnishing a i dvaw prize ,an4 taking 1sort [ puMicity. ALLENS VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Lee Alen re turned from a two week vaca- ti, an at Wenatchee and Ore- on. They atterded a family reunion of the Wood family ,a the home of her urmle, W. W, Wood with 96 relatives vresent from I datm, Oregon, llrmis and Washington. Their two children mad amilies joined them for the occasion, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alien, of Povtlmxt, and Mr. mad Mrs. Leslie ates of Cresceaz, Ore. Folh)ng the stay in Wea- clee the Aliens spent the me in Portland with their chil- dren and gramihildren. A few days were spent with M_s, Al- len's sister and family r Mil- vaukee, Ore. BARBARA BRYCESON HONORED LAST WEEK #ohn Waock. Miss Barbara Bryceson, the In the (mney lasm'c bri,de-ete of Stanley Gi'bbs, temple, Morday Sept. 13 at 8 ws the guest of ,Imrmr fay p. m. members of the chap- bridal slowe,rs this pst week. tars will serve a potluck din- Ms. Jack Bear and Mrs. Lee er at 6:30 p. m. bore the Heiydt were hostesses foe a meeting to lmaor the grand Ii,nen slmwer last week, with officers and escorts. After the co-worker at the Charley bank meeting a reception will f- and relives us guests. On Wednesday evening of tMs in the dining room. week, ,a miscellaneous shower PAST MATRONS MEET The Past Matrons of Basern Star will hod a dinner meet- ing on Wednesday evening, Sept. 29 in the Masonie .tm, pe at 6:30 p. m. Mrs. Hampton president  con- dL,t a brief business meeng aftemx. II or the evening ,are Mrs. A. B. Putting, M. Francis KuoM, Mrs. M. S. Jones, Mrs. J. S. Ite, Mrs. Kye Wlfe, Mrs.  B,a, Mrs.  Betz, Mrs. H,okl Pegtell and Mrs. Hampton. A ,lmrvest theme wl be carried pitt. SWEGLE, HAIR TO BE INSTALLED 'Job's I)ughters ,bethel wi:li tmld a reguta meeg Tues- day evenir, Sept. 14, in the e temple, a 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Dean Swegle wi be in- statJed as guazdia and earl as associate ,guardia of the guardian council .f the cog year. Other membem of be council wl ,be ,rmaned at the itin. Offidating will be grand officem vom Spokane. Hormred queen &rme taht- born  preeMe or the .bus, ies meeting and ammmee- mets. ,Mrs. Gerry Lam2bet ami Dck Jordan are the re-: tirg gttavdiarts aal will have oharge of the meeting. w Svon by Mrs. L. E. Zim- merman, Mrs. Dan Daels and Mrs. Nohn Brown. The : weddg da is Saturday, Sept. 11 ,at the St. Rose of Lima Cathoic church n Che- mey. The couple will make their hme in Chancy. COUSIN VISITS MRS. PUGH ,Mr. and Mrs. L. M. (BOb) WhRe of Fullerton, On,if., t  Tuesday arid Wedzmxsday h Mrs. Kyle Pugh. Mrs. W'te, a coun of Mrs'. Pugh, is a mtive af the Pomevoy area. CHENEY HOT LUNCH 'Sept. 13  Browned ham in gravy, w potatoes, frh vegetable tray, primes. Set. 14 -- Baked beans hal tomao sauce, cornbread, i reen sahd, canaldpe wedge. Se@t. 15 -- Pizza, green beans, wermeln, coM6e. Sept. 16  Oriental rice, bttttered carrots, terns,to and cottage cheese, salad, raisin brad, ice cream. Sept. 17  Tun!a fi'sh social, corn .on tlm cob, peanut-but- ter & jelly sandwich, fruit cup. Mr. ,and Mrs. Dan DeWitt and CIden from Spokane spent Labor Day here with her parents, Mr. md Mrs. J. ,S. Lane. !I Barbara Kinderman And Scott Frost Wed August 28 Miss Barbara Kinderman and Scott Nelson Frost were united in marriage Aug. 28 at the Kn, ox Presbyterian church< in Spokane with the Rev. Wil- liam J. Tatum reading the mar- riage vows. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude R. Bigger, w'ore a full,length gewn o,f white slipper satin covered l with reembroidered lace. The attached cath'edral length train was also of hite slip- per satin. Her elbow lmqgth veil was attached to a cron of' sequins and pear. She car- ried a bouquet of deep pink briarbuh roses, 1Ry-of-the-val- ley and pink ivy. Her attendants, Miss Sadva Larson, Miss Allison Frost, sis. tar of the bridegroom, Mrs. ttobert Little and Miss Nanee Schell wore gowns with mach- ing headpieces and slippers o,f pink shantung. Best man was Patrick Geary and ushers were Gary E'tler- sick. James Wren and Charles Knuth. Paul Kinderman, broth- er of the bride was a jumor usher and candleligter. Nancy Howe was the flower girl ,and Gone Howe was the ring-beaer. Miss Diane Lus- char was the soloist. Followin;g a wedding trip to Banff, Lake Louise and Priest lake the couple will be a home at W. 1101 Sinto. Frost is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman S. Frost of New- port. His bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Chude R. Biggar of Spokane. NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. D. G. Jerue e,rtetai, ed as weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. len Lantz from Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hedrcks, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oker- strom, Mrs. Myrth, a Mill and ,her sister, Mrs. Mary Holland, spent Surday in Daveno. The occasion was ,a family pi- ,nc at the R. heome f relatives of Mrs. Ha 'lhnd. Mrs. D. G. Jerue left today for a month's tour in Chnad ad the rmrtheast United States. She will travel from Spokane to Lethbrid,e, Can- ada, eas to Lake Superior, down to W ashirrgten, D. C., New York and the New Eqg- land states. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rudolf left Tuesday for an extended visit with their two dauzhters and families in the. middle west, Mr. and Mrs. C,ha]es W, ard and children in 19w, ,and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dot- an in Illinois. i 1obert Heyer is spending this week ,at Gher Park, on road cnruction. The Rebekah ,iwdge met On Wednesday evening,-,  the IOOF hall, with Agnes Charl- tonl, noble graad, presiding. Discussion ,of finances and fa1l plans were held. A large at- terMaree of members were present after the summer re- Oess. The Lakeview sewing club held a regular meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 8, at the home ,of Mrs. El, mer Marsh. Dessert and a pogram was en- joyed during the afternn. Mrs. A. B. Cutting enPertain- ed with :a small din, er party on Tuesday evening at her home for Mrs. D. G. Jerue who left ths week on an eastern tour. Bridge was in play after- wards. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harv entertained as guests Over the weekerd, theiz son and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Keh HaTr and children. Mr. and Mrs. AI Dokkem of Mioa, spe Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. __rd Dok- ken. Mr. and Mrs, Staley Mc- Lean (Donna Headrie.) and chLldven from Othello, spent a few days lt wekenl here with he parerts, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hen, dricks. C. C. Carter Jr. expects to lea,e this month fr sclmol in Lexington, Me., where ,he will ,enter :his junior  ,one of the ,school 100 members. Mrs. Jean Wtrrey and son Bill retrmned over the week- end from a vacation spear a Priest hke. The Royal Neighbors kxlge wJt resume meetings on Mon- y afternoon, SeIt. 20, in the nevican Legion lva. Mrs. [etty ale oracle will preside, or reports, :btrsiness folowed by refreShmerts. Mr. and Mrs.  Btz en- tertained as guests one day last week a nephew and fam- ily ,fron Los Angeles, Mr..and Mrs. Don Lilelthal; a me/i.e., Mrs. Mural Aden an< ' - elle of Washington, D. C., who were ,here to visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lilenhal in Spokane. This weekend their guests were John Lienkal, aId daugMer nd family,,- Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson from Bellevue. Mr, ,ad Mrs. Rt 0. E, aad the W. A. Lilerthal were guests froan Spokane. Mrs. ERa Presnell spent some time with her infant MR. AND MRS. SCOTT N. FROST grandson, and his parents, Mr. a, md Mrs. Tom Presnell, last week. M. A. Maimoe is home from the hospital after spending last week or treatments. Mr. ,and Mrs. Roydal Con- ley spent the weekend on the coast visiting their son-in-law nd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Newstrom. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conley entertained as a Suday din- ner guest, Mrs. Isabelle Hays of Spokane. Mr. al Mrs. Pete Billesbach had 'as guests a few days last week their two gvartdsns, Mike arid Billy Slavens of SVo- kane. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slaven, were on vacation :and came for the boys ion Sumday. Mrs. Jim Moorma sperrt tat week with a granddaugh- ter arid family at Brewster. They toured the Toasket ad Bridgeport areas arid vis- ited Clie,f Joseph Dam on the Columbia. A number ,of Cheney fm- ilies spent the Labor Day weekend on a boating trip up to Castlegr, Canada, going by way of Kettle Falls on the Columbia river. They were Mr. arid Mrs. Mitlard Hale, Mr, and Mrs. Francis Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Swegte, Mr: and Mrs. G. Maddux and fa,milJes. Methodist church will re- sume services on Sunday, Sept. 12 t 11 a. m. and Sunday ,CHURCH NOTICES BAPTIST Rev, Amiek Champe 11 a. m. -- Worship 9.45 a, m, --- Church School 7 p. ra. -- Everirg Service CHENEY COMMUNITY CItURCH Roy. Gone Ross 11 a. m. -- Worship 9:30 a. m. -- Church Seimol 7 p. m, --- Eveirg Service CHRISTIAN Rev. Donald Ross 11 a. m. -- Worship 9,45 a. m. -- Ohureh School METHODIST Rev. Howard Pitts ll a. m. -- Worship 9.45 a. m. -- Church School NAZARENE Rev. George Nichols 11 a. m, -- Worship 10 a. m. -- Church School 7 p. m. -- Eveirg Service LUTHERAN Rev. Clair Grube 8:30 a. m. -- Worshsip Service 11 a. m. -- Worship 9:45 a. m. -- Sunday School UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Rev. Philip Eiseuhauer 11 a. m. -- Worship 9:30 a. m. -- Church School SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Betz School Eider C. E. Renschler 11 a. m.  Worship 9:30 a. m. -- Sunday School Sturdays CATHOLIC Father W. J. Brennan Mass 8 a. m. , 10 a. m. ,11:30 a. rn. CCD Classes -- Mondays 3:45 p. m. --- Grade School 7 p. m. --High School CHENEY BRANCH LA2"rER DAY SAINTS Dr. Grart Thomas, president 9 a, m. -- Sunday School Worship 5 p. rn. - Sacrament Services schooo! at 9:45 a. m. The Worn-I e:ns Society will be meeting on lspent in their boat on Lake the secen and fourth Tues, [Ooeur d'Alene. A son" Mil, o' day afterons starting this]jr, and family joined them. month. The IOOF lodge held a reg- Steve Dobbins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen D0bbi,s, was guest speaker at the Chrisan church morning services, Sun- day, Sept. 5. Speaking of his ou,r spormored by Christian Chtrehes for Youth this sum- mer, he tom of vsifing Span- sh sPeaking ehurclhe in New r city, attending workshop in Ptmrto Rico and viting Al- bert Sweitz,r :hospital. in Pour- to Rico. The youth of the chtmhes prepare for this trip some months in advan by study ami education. Mrs. W, J, Carr is spending this week in Spokm valley, visiting .her son-in-law and da#Rer, iWx. and Mrs. Earl Petersoa ad children. Her grzdd, auhter Colleen, wil leave soon r her secrcl year of college in Colorado. Mr. and grs. Mile Ball spent We_,,msda in Spolane and Spok,m Valley ad aerded the regular meeting of the Spokan County Library Board of directors. BruntMr. ,ad Mrs. John Van spen the Labor Day holklays at their Priest take cottage. lVrs. W. L. MeInqrre spent one day last week t Mead, her former ,home. She is serv- ing as program chairman for the Mead -Methodist etmrch WSCS, 'and assisting in mak- ing up their year beks. ,Mr. mad Mrs. Clyde Stewart returned from  Lake George, N. Y. It week, wtmre they spent the summer. This week they are visiting her f.aher at Grandview, who ceebrated his 102 birthday on Sept. 7 at tl-m horse of artother daugh- ter, Mrs. Bess Gill. Mr. d Mrs. Tom Matney entertained s guests ttRs week their daughter and grandson, Mrs, Warren Barr vnd David of Scathe. Mr. and Mrs. Mile* Ball spent the boRday weeked with ther dattghter ad faro- fly at Opportunity, lvtr. and Mrs. Harry King. Sunday was u]ar meeting Sept. 6, with Dr. M. F. Miller, noble grand, pre- siding. Reports were made n the building and finarmes. A socal hour with refreshmenPs fllowed. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Schy of Pullman .have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Billesbaugh at various times the past week while rem, odelig their luse on Second ad Cocolalla. Patients,.. And Your Health This yea--1965--,narks the 175 anniversary of a very important but little- known contributor to your good beaIh. We ,ave aBfing about the American paint system. This ,legacy of wsdom from our forefathers has d the progress of science arid irtclustry. In- ventors and imaovats bare beer rearded and tected. How do paten conb- ute to your good ealth? By fostering reseatS'--by aowing the discoveries of science to be freely revea3- edmond by prosecting the true contrbtttors. Only ia this way does scienific Im,owledge become freely available as a spur to fur- ther progress. Next time you pick up a grescripton, think of this: each year American pmr- maceutical industry screens aver 100,000 substmmes looking for rew mecticinals. The patent systemnaw in its 175th year of service has much to do with stimu- bring this esearCh and cerapetition. CHENEY DRUG Warren Westerman "Gleanings by Gall" RESIDENTS CELEBRATE LABOR DAY In the month of September comes a three day national holiday which we ceelbrate as Labor Day Weekend. It's com- mon kniwledge that Labor Day is celebrated the first Monday in September in hnor o,f all wage earners. But did you know that this cele,bration rew out of an annuls] Septem- ber parade in New York City by the Knights of Labor dur- ing the 1800's? Oregon, in ]887 was the first state to rec- ognize Labor Day as a legal holiday. It was not wnl seven years later that Congress made the d, ay ,a national holiday. And how are Oheney residents s,perding this yearly 'oriday? Well, in various ways! For irstance, picniekimg on the Labor Day weekend were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stearns and family. They had a fun time takm,g a picnic lunch to Mr. Spokane on Sulxday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman John- gn. Jr. and family visited Mr. Johnson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Johnson, Sr., at their home on Williams lake during the holiday. Enjoying the beauty of Lake Pend Oreille at their trailer home were Mr. and Mrs. Orvel A.1le, n. The Allens have spent many weekends during the summer on the Idaho lake. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Gam.on entertain,ed by giving, what you might call, a special thank you dinner for their respective iparents. The dinner was given by the young Game,s in ap- p.reciation of what all their families did to make their re- cent wedding so attractive. Dr. and Mrs. Wilfred amon and children, Kathy amd John, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cx and daughter, Sue, attended the dinner. Now the JOhn Paulson faro. ily did something differen over the Labor Day weekend. They labored: Armed with vain,t, brush, and roller the Paulsons set to work redecor- atirg some of the roams in their home. Not satisfied with labor ,at home they trace,led into Spokane where they he[ped paint the trim on er daughter and son-inffaw's borne, really take the word "labor" seriously, don't they.? So, as you see Labor Day weekend finds families avel- in,g, working, entetamng, and just sitting at home en- joying the comforts it supplies. BEGINS TEACHING Here's a reertt college grad- u.ate on her own. Miss Sue Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Johnson, Jr. is t:ow teaching junior and sen- ior high school in Kah0us. She began teaching Monday, Aug. 30th. THE EISENHAUERS ON VACATION Enjoying the fun d ex- citement of traveling and vis- iting relatives and old friends for almost a month were the Rev. and Mrs. Philip Esen- bauer and family. The Eisen- hauers began their long jour- ney in August and stopped first i, rt Estes Park, Nebraska, KanSas, St. Louis and Indiana. They had the thrill of tour- ing the icy of Washngton, D. C..and from there moved on to Norwalk, Conn. and New Iampshire where they camp- ed for 10 days. Later, they saw :he fabulous New York's Word Fair. Towards the end of their j,ourney they stoped at Lake George in New York to visit friends, Montreal and then the Canadian highway. BRIDAL SHOWER MISS LINDA ARNOLD A bridal shower was for Miss Linda Am.old Lee Heiydt and Miss Arnold last Thursday was held at the home Lee Heiydt. The guests included seh, ool .friends of Lir, moher, Mrs. Russet1 and her sisters. It was a cellaneous shower games were played or tainment and hter dessert were servd. old will be married in le shM1 church on Sept. Harvey MacQuarrie. CALL RECEIVED MIDDLETON ISLAND Mr. and Mrs. No]an received a long distance call from Middleton their 35th wedding sary from their :rd Mrs. Kirk came as a wonderful since the Browns there was no i to ,or from the island. puzzled'? At first, so But there need not be fusion. Let me explain. is a new type of device a tr0,poscope inlstalled Federal Aviation which enables dleteon Island to with the outside was 'also received that liams is now planning ing some briefing on one of the Middleton. CORCORANS GO -FISHII Salmon ishing is fun, especilly when comes to eat your men fishing at Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Besides fishing, the arts have .had house since they rettWned rr0e guests included Mrs. Stewe.rt of Spokane, gus Baler of Colfax Argle Ellis from Oorcoran last Mrs. Argle Ellis, her WILLIAMSONS Vacationing to tana, .arid North August 4 were Dr. Obed Williamsort and The Williamsons Banff, Lake Louise, per Park in Canada they canped. They the Trans-Canada far :as Brandon, and from there Grafton, N. D. and WiIliamson' brothers famifies. The weekend of the family reunion was two days on the river :at Red Wing, toured Ft. Buford in North Dakota. Dakota they moved on ta:na wlere they .G,lacier National camped; then visited Mrs. Tom Harding resdents of Fhthead NEWS BRIE[ Mr. and Mrs. Lee tertained as guests their urmle of Wenatchee and Carl Rudol Mrs. Ida Ham, cofined in a tal, As recuperating home of .her son Mr. ,and Mrs. Ted Attention, Ladies! ! ! 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